Korean spy film screens at Cannes while real-world plot thickens


CANNES, France (Reuters) – “The Spy Gone North”, the tale of a South Korean who infiltrated North Korea in the 1990s, is full of plot twists, but the movie might be outdone by the news, as efforts to resolve the nuclear stand-off face a real-life cliffhanger.

FILE PHOTO: 71st Cannes Film Festival – Photocall for the film The Spy Gone North (Gongjack) presented as part of midnight screenings – Cannes, France May 11, 2018. Cast members Hwang Jung-min, Lee Sung-min, and Ju Ji-hoon pose. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau/File Photo

The spy thriller was shot between January and July 2017, around the…



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